The Opry has added another array of stars to its tribute to the late great comedian, actor and singer, Leslie Jordan.
The likes of HARDY, Lainey Wilson and Ernest are all due to perform in memory of Jordan, who was a widely celebrated figure within country music. Jordan even released his own country album in 2021, entitled Company's Comin’, which featured an iconic collaboration with Chris Stapleton and Morgane Stapleton.
Also joining the line-up is Tanya Tucker, Ruby Amanfu, Charlie Worsham and Katie Pruitt. Worsham appeared on Company's Comin’ alongside Ashley McBryde, who will also take the Opry stage at the tribute.
Attendees will be hoping McBryde and Worsham team up once again at the Opry tribute to perform their Company's Comin’ collaboration, ‘Working On A Building’.
The new additions join the already announced Maren Morris, Brittney Spencer, Billy Strings, Lukas Nelson, Jake Wesley Rogers, Fancy Hagood, Jelly Roll and Danny Myrick and more.
The Opry's Leslie Jordan tribute, which will take place on February 19, will also feature appearances from leading figures in today's comedy world, including New Girl's Max Greenfield, Jim Parsons and more.
As well as serving the purpose of honouring Leslie Jordan's illustrious, decade-spanning career, the Opry's Reportin’ For Duty: A Tribute to Leslie Jordan will also raise funds for an organisation that meant a great deal to Jordan, the EB Research Partnership.
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